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A witness told the BBC the woman had begged for her life and had been crying as she was forced into the hole in the ground.He said the girl had asked the Islamic administration in Kismayo: 'What do you want from me?This child suffered an horrendous death at the behest of the armed opposition groups who currently control Kismayu.'This killing is yet another human rights abuse committed by the combatants in Somalia and again demonstrates the importance of international action to investigate and document such abuses, through an international commission of inquiry.' Amnesty said partway through the stoning nurses checked whether Aisha was still alive.a few minutes later there was a heavy explosion at the front gate while people were trying to escape,” Halane said.Another witness described how some of those killed had died in the large blast, while others were shot dead at point blank range.
Security minister Abdirazak Omar Mohamed told reporters that four of the attackers were shot dead by the security forces.Yesterday, a Somali computer programmer told how the blast shook Daallo Airlines Flight D3159 five minutes after take off, tearing a hole in the jet's fuselage and sucking an elderly passenger to his death at 14,000 feet. Aviation sources have suggested the aircraft was delayed leaving Mogadishu meaning the suspected bomb, if it was on a timer, went off at a lower altitude, giving the passengers on board a greater chance of survival.A girl of 13 begged for mercy moments before a mob buried her up to her shoulders and stoned her to death, it was claimed yesterday.The suspected bomber is also thought to be the man who was sucked out of the plane after blowing a hole in the fuselage, shortly after the plane filled with more than 70 passengers took off from the Somali capital.Investigators have said he may have smuggled a bomb on board the plane in his wheelchair before moving to a different seat once on board, a Western diplomat briefed on the investigation told the Wall Street Journal. government sources said they believe a bomb caused the blast explosion - although Somali civil aviation authority officials say they had found no evidence that a criminal act had caused the explosion.
'A child was victimised twice - first by the perpetrators of the rape and then by those responsible for administering justice.' The agency said the incident highlighted the vulnerability of girls and women in Somalia, which has suffered civil conflict for the past 17 years.